Written Student Learning Plans

A Written Student Learning Plan (WSLP) is required for all students attending Emerson K-12.  The WSLP provides accountability for student learning at school and at home.  This includes weekly contact with a certificated teacher and monthly progress reports. These plans will be developed by the teacher with parent input following the guidelines that are set in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 392-550.  The WAC requires WSLP meetings each calendar month.

WSLP includes:

  • Descriptions of coursework, materials & curriculum.
  • Course goals & objectives tied to state standards.
  • Timelines & evaluation methods.

WSLP Compliance:

  • WSLP aligns with district & state standards and must be completed/approved prior to class attendance.
  • Parents must participate in monthly progress reviews with their student’s WSLP advisor by completing Monthly Progress Reports.
    • These are due by the 25th of each month. 
    • Parents have a few options to participate in progress reports:
      • Synchronous (live) meeting via phone, virtual, etc.
      • Email WSLP advisor (asynchronous)
    • Parents need to provide progress details for both classes at Emerson K-12 and outside of Emerson K-12.
  • Students must regularly attend and participate in class activities and assignments.

Failure to comply with any/all of the above requirements in a timely manner will result in students being withdrawn from Emerson K-12.  Once a student is withdrawn for lack of compliance, they may forfeit any ability to return/re-enroll.